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The two Minnesota firms plan to merge on November 1, boosting Abdo, Eick & Meyers’ employee base to roughly 100.
Since last year’s merger, CliftonLarsonAllen has been led by co-CEOs; now, former LarsonAllen CEO Gordon Viere will be the firm’s sole leader.
A study performed by IBM compares Minnesota’s efficiency in the areas of human resources, finance, payroll, and procurement to the performance of leading private- and public-sector organizations.
The average overtime hours that local accountants worked last April.
Wipfli has acquired Eikill & Schilling, a consulting and accounting firm with offices in Duluth and Cloquet.
Cost Seg Associates, a Minneapolis-based firm devoted exclusively to cost segregation studies, has merged with Eide Bailly.
The move will not result in any job reductions in the Twin Cities, and the firm intends to hire between 300 and 500 new employees in Chicago.
The City of Minneapolis spent $467,139 on staff and contract lobbyists last year, the most of any local government in the state.
The legislature may require standardized reporting by counties and most cities beginning this fall.
The two firms said in a statement that they decided to "amicably discontinue merger discussions, because they could not come to an agreement on key terms."
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